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Week 7

Orient Aviation Daily Digest February 16, 2024

By Tomasz Sniedziewski



Airbus beats 2023 annual delivery target

Airbus delivered 735 planes last year, surpassing a previously forecast target of 720 jets. Read More »




All Nippon Airways builds international frequency at Tokyo Haneda Airport

All Nippon Airways (ANA) will increase international flights operating from Tokyo Haneda Terminal 2 to 26 a week from 16 frequencies at present. Read More »



Safran books fiscal year revenue increase, maintains positive outlook for 2024

Safran recorded a healthy revenue and recurring operating income in 2023 and said it expected the good news to continue in 2024. Read More »



Air Astana Group begins trading on London Stock Exchange

On February 15 the Air Astana Group commenced unconditional trading of GDRs on the London Stock Exchange (LSE). Read More »



IndiGo plans India-China cargo series

IndiGo is to commence three air freight rotations a week between Kolkata and Guangzhou, with one of the services to fly on to Mumbai, Hindu Business Line reports. Read More »



Finnair returns to profit in 2023, plans more Helsinki-Japan flights

Flag carrier, Finnair, flew 11 million passengers in 2023; nearly 21% more than the number of air travellers it carried in 2022. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today’s briefs report news from COMAC, Japan Aviation Electronics Industry Ltd and NEC Corp. Read More »


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